' . . . a small part of his income was derived from the pilotage of timid women . . . from Tellson's side of the tides to the opposite shore.' 'Pilotage' refers, in this context, to Mr. Cruncher's occupation of ferrying people across the river. He makes a speciaty of comforting and reassuring timid women, in the hope of a good tip.
I think you mean 'le pilotage automatique' on an aeroplane - the auto-pilot
If you mean 'pilotage' that means anything to do with piloting an aeroplane or a boat.
Atlantic Pilotage Authority was created on 1972-02-01.
Abuse tends to make animals either "mean" or extremely timid.
No, timid is an adjective, a word that describes a noun. Example: a timid deer or a timid student.The noun form is timidness.
A mouse is very timid. This is an example of a sentence that is using the word timid. Timid means lacking in courage or bravery.
"timid" is an adjective.
Civil, Timid, Nimble, Dedicated, Leaner, Warm
Timid means fearful, lacking in self-courage. Vehement means happy, fierce, strongly emotional. Timid is a shy approach to life whereas being vehement means a more fierce approach to life.
Timid means to be very shy and not talkative. An acronym for timid would be outgoing or loud and outrageous.
Ralph the Timid died in 1057.
The noun forms for the adjective timid are timidness and timidity.The noun forms for the adjective timid are timidness and timidity.
That means u r timid It's a simile
Italian: nickname for a fleetfooted or timid person, from levere, variant of lepre 'hare'.
The core personality of an DID patient. In women, the primary personality is often timid and passive, and may be diagnosed as depressed.
Because Joan was raised in a very strict household, she grew up to be very timid. Timid means shy.
wet and timid wet and timid
Mice are often referred to with the expression "as timid as a mouse".
The abstract noun form for the adjective timid is timidness.
It depends on the dog. They can be bold, but others may be timid.